What's New?

Welcome to the newly designed Bullied To Life website! I've been very busy this last year and haven't devoted as much time as I wanted to towards this site. For that I apologize. I had intended to make this site an important part of my life because the bullying I endured is still a big part of my life. Unfortunately, the rest of my life started getting in the way and something had to fall by the wayside. I'm just sorry it was this site.

Changing the layout and format of this site will make it easier for me to update on a more regular basis and as a result I hope I start to get more visitors. At the time of this writing I'm pretty proud to say that I have 3243 visits to my site. Now, that may not seem like a lot to you but it's roughly 3200 more visits than I expected.

So to celebrate the new site I present a second video to my daughters in what I hope will be a long series. CORRECTION: I was going to post a second video to my daughters but instead, I created a brief video about my experiences with depression as a result of bullying.

 

 

 

Today's Bully

Bullying can come in many forms these days. No longer is bullying just verbal or physical. Now it's also emotional and 'cyber' as well. In fact, I'm sure there are a few more methods of bullying but these seem to be the main types we hear about every day.

I'm not a psychologist, professor or theorist. I'm a victim. I am now 41 years old and yes, I still consider myself a victim. This page is starting out as a site where victims can submit their stories and how they managed to overcome the bullying they faced.

That's what 'Bullied To Life' means. Enduring the onslaught of bullies and finding the strength inside you to move beyond it. To realize that you are special and deserve to be on this planet. That you can take your experiences and help the next person.

This site is still in it's infantcy so please bear with me. My hope is that it grows over time to become a beacon of hope and support to victims of all forms of bullying. To 'Empower those who feel powerless'.

 

 

Dictionary.com

Bullying

  adjective
1. noisily domineering; tending to browbeat others [syn: bluster]

noun
1. the act of intimidating a weaker person to make them do something
WordNet® 3.0 © 2006 by Princeton University

About

I created this site with the hopes of one day making it popular enough that not only would it be self-sustaining but that I could also start bringing in enough donations to do something nice for the victims of bullying. That hasn't happened yet, but one day I hope it will. No one truly knows the life-long affects of being bullied.

Except those who endure it.